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Showing posts with label AADHAR CARD. Show all posts
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Friday, 6 March 2020

How To Link Adhar card and Pan card by SMS

How To Link Adhar card and Pan card by SMS

Linking Aadhaar number with PAN card will become mandatory for filing tax returns starting July 1, and with just one day left for the rule to come into effect, 


everyone is wondering how to link the two. If you are a tax payer, then you must link your Aadhaar with your PAN today so that you do not face any hiccups during tax season. The process is quite simple, and you can link Aadhaar to PAN by SMS or online. However, with the Income Tax e-filing portal experiencing heavy traffic and taking a long time to load, SMS seems to be like the better option for now. Follow the steps below to learn how to link Aadhaar and PAN card by SMS.
The Income Tax department’s facility to link Aadhaar and PAN by SMS provides users with two numbers: 567678, and 56161. You need to send the SMS in the following format – UIDPAN<SPACE>123456789012<SPACE>ABCDE12345. In this, the 12-digit number represents you Aadhaar number, while the second one is your PAN card number.

If your name is spelt differently in the records of the two agencies, you will receive an Aadhaar OTP via SMS for confirmation. However, if other details, such as date of birth or sex, do not match, you will have to head to the National Securities Depository Ltd. website (for PAN), or UIDAI portal (for Aadhaar) to change details so that they match.

Though the process to link Aadhaar to PAN by SMS or the Internet is a must for all tax payers, it is mandatory for those whose incomes do not fall under the taxable bracket as well. According to the government, this step will help curb tax evasion in the country.

The process of linking Aadhaar and PAN is, of course, mandatory only if you plan to file tax returns on July 1 or later. This means you can choose to file the tax returns today, and need not link the two IDs. Also, according to the Supreme Court ruling, those who do not have not been allotted Aadhaar number yet need not scramble for it, as the process is only for Aadhaar-holders. This has come as a major relief for those worried whether their PAN cards would become invalid if they do not link the two by August 31

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How To Check Adhar card and pan card Linked successfully or not

How To Check Adhar card and pan card Linked successfully or not
How To Check Adhar card and pan card  Linked successfully or not

Linking your PAN card with Aadhaar has been made mandatory for certain services, such as filing your income tax returns. As per a recent directive from the Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT), the last date to link PAN with Aadhaar is 31 March 2020.
If you want to link your Aadhaar with your PAN card, you can visit 'How to Link Aadhaar Card and PAN Card' for more information

If you have already linked/seeded your PAN with your Aadhaar, you can check the status both online as well as offline.

The Income tax Department's e-Filing portal provides an easy and simple way to link your Aadhaar card with PAN card as well as to check the same.

Simply Follow The Below Steps To Check The Status Of Your Pan Card Seeding With Aadhaar.
Enter PAN and Aadhaar Number
Click on 'View Link Aadhaar Status'
The status of the linking is displayed in the next screen


Important: Please always Check and Confirm the above details with the official website and Advertisement / Notification.
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Thursday, 31 October 2019

Changing the name and address in the Aadhar card is easy

Changing the name and address in the Aadhar card is easy

Aadhaar card has become a very important document. This document is the identity of the person. While Aadhaar card is required for bank, culinary gas and ration work. To update a new or old Aadhar card, you have to go to the post office or the bank. People have to stand in long queues to update the card, which wastes their time. In this case, you can update the name and address in your Aadhar card right from home. So let's know how to update the name and address in the Aadhar card.
Make changes this way
First of all you have to go to Aadhar card official website. Then, in the Support Online Services section, select Update Support. Now you have to tap on the option to update the name or address.
A new tab will open in front of you, with the update option appearing with some rules. After doing this, tap on the option to update the address or name. After doing so, you will need to log in and enter the Aadhaar number. After that, OTP means a one time password will come to your registered number.

After entering OTP you have to tap on the option for personal data update.
In this, you can select the Name or Address option. Enter the correct name or address now.
Following the Data Update Request, you will have to provide some documents including your passport, bank statement, bank passbook, post office account passbook, ration card and voter card etc. You will also need to sign this document and upload a photocopy of it. Please say that you only need to provide one document.

Then, select your nearest BPO service provider and click the Submit Request button. You will now receive an update request number. With this number, you will be able to download and print a copy of the request acknowledgment. After submitting the request, your new address and name will be updated within a few days and you will receive an email or mobile number.

Changing the name and address in the Aadhar card is easy.

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Friday, 12 April 2019


The Gujarat Secondary and Higher Secondary Education Board (GSHSEB) has decided to make tougher the SSC multiple choice question (MCQ) paper. Say it interesting or untoward, but the board thinks its teachers are not up to the mark to do the job of setting tougher questions, and henceforth, has decided to outsource the work from some independent agencies.
The board’s officer on special duty (OSD), M M Pathan, revealed that an agency would be hired to devise a bank of tough MCQs that would aim at testing the students’ understanding about the subject. He further disclosed that last year around 5% questions in the MCQ paper of 50 marks were intentionally asked of a higher standard in order to scale up the knowledge level of board students. Following that, this year the number of tough questions would be bigger.

Viewing the competition scenario, the state board students should be in line with the students of central and international boards, and in order to make that happen, their level has to be raised, letting them perform equally well in the national level competitive exams, said.
Initially, the board had assigned the GSHSEB teachers for the task of formulating a bank of questions that would pose teasers to the students and cream out the brightest from the average students. But sadly, out of the 1, 500 questions submitted by the teachers of each subject, only 30 (apprx) were qualified to come into the category of 'tough'. Most of the questions were found to be picked from the
guides available in the market.
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